Light straw yellow, clear. A bit of a weird note as poured in the glass, but it dissipates quickly. It then develops a fine nose, somewhat reminding me of Riesling with is fine mix of mineral notes and fruit. The palate starts viscous and enveloping, but with reasonable freshness. Saline and with a peach note. Then already in the mid-palate and especially on the finish the alcohol dominates with an accompanying bitter note. it feels a bit disjointed.
Pale straw yellow color. The nose is somewhat reticent at first, mostly on floral and mineral notes. After two days it fully opens up showing very sweet white pit fruit notes. The palate starts intense and almost sweet, turns then to mineral ending up with salinity (almost). It has a certain viscosity and good acidity. Surprisingly enjoyable at age four, and I think it could still last for a while. (87-88)
Straw yellow, very clear. The nose is a bit weird on the first day, but after time in the glass also show some very sweet fruit. It lost the weird note (and the fruit sweetness too) on the second day and was mostly showing wet rocks and a hint of citrus. The palate has a certain thickness and creaminess but balanced by the acidity. Not particularly flavourful, went well with food. It is probably over the hill.
Light yellow with golden hues. The nose has mainly floral/herbal notes and a hint of wet rocks. After resting in the glass for a while and without swirling, a sweet fruity note emerges. The palate is tense with good acidity and minerality, herbal flavours and finishes on salinity. Short-medium finish. (87-88)
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